Paul Robinson has pushed the boat out today and put together a 101/1 Daily Acca that focuses on the Serie A title race. Here are his selections:
The Acca pays approximately 101/1
Napoli to wave goodbye to the title
Bet 1: Back Sampdoria @ 4/1 - KO 19:45 BST
When Napoli beat Juventus with a last minute winner, the Serie A title race was blown wide open. Just three short weeks later though, Juventus are set to win it tonight, as Napoli have taken just one point from their next two games.
It all went horribly wrong for them at Fiorentina when they went down 3-0 and they could only draw with Torino at home last time. They are six points behind Juve with just two matches to go, so their chances of lifting the Scudetto are all but over.
A trip to Sampdoria is never easy and the hosts have won 12 of their 18 in front of their own fans this term. Their last two were victories, and they have already beaten Juventus, Fiorentina and Milan on this ground this season.
It's also worth noting that Napoli heads may drop if Juve look like getting anything from their trip to Rome, which kicks off at the same time.
Score draw on the cards at Stadio Olimpico
Bet 2: Back Roma 1 Juventus 1 @ 5/1 - KO 19:45 BST
That pivots us nicely to our second selection as I'm throwing caution to the win and putting in a correct score. Roma's place in next year's Champions League was confirmed yesterday as Inter were beaten at home by Sassuolo.
They now only have third place to play for and a point this evening would at the very least, leave them level on points with Lazio heading into the final round of fixtures.
The Old Lady also only need a point to secure the title, so it's a result that arguably suits both clubs. In situations like this you don't often get many goals, so 1-1 at 5/1 feels like a great bet.
Levante's magnificent run to continue
Bet 3: Back Levante +1 Goal @ 12/5 - KO 19:45 BST
The form team in La Liga isn't Barcelona, it isn't Real Madrid, and it isn't even Atletico, Sevilla or Valencia. The side that have taken the most points from their last six outings is Levante.
The hosts have won five of their last half dozen - including their four most recent matches - and they put to bed any lingering relegation fears. Tonight they welcome Barcelona to Estadi Ciutat de València, and they are very good value at 12/5 to avoid defeat.
Barca of course have the La Liga title already sewn up, and while they did thrash Villarreal by a 5-1 scoreline last time out, that was at the Nou Camp.
On their travels it's just three wins from their last seven in the league, including draws at Las Palmas and Espanyol.
2017/18 P/L (1pt each bet)